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Installing and Connecting an EX-series Switch

The EX-series switch chassis is a rigid sheet-metal structure that houses the other hardware components. The EX-series switch is shipped in a cardboard carton and is secured with foam packing material.

To unpack an EX-series switch, follow instructions in Unpacking an EX-series Switch.

You can install an EX-series switch on a 19-in. or 23-in. equipment rack or cabinet by using mounting brackets. You can mount an EX-series switch on a desk or other level surface by using rubber feet. To attach mounting brackets to an EX-series switch, follow instructions in Attaching Mounting Brackets to an EX-series Switch. To install an EX-series switch on a rack or cabinet, follow instructions in Mounting an EX-series Switch on a Rack or Cabinet. To install an EX-series switch on a desk or other level surface, follow instructions in Mounting an EX-series Switch on a Desk or Other Level Surface.

To connect an EX-series switch to earth ground, follow instructions in Connecting Earth Ground to an EX-series Switch.

To connect power to the EX-series switch chassis, follow instructions in Connecting Power to an EX-series Switch.

To connect and configure the EX-series switch, follow instructions in Connecting and Configuring the EX-series Switch (CLI Procedure) or Connecting and Configuring the EX-series Switch (J-Web Procedure).

To connect an EX-series switch to a network for out-of-band management, follow instructions in Connecting an EX-series Switch to a Network for Out-of-Band Management. To connect an EX-series switch to a management console, follow instructions in Connecting an EX-series Switch to a Management Console.

To connect a virtual chassis cable to an EX-series switch, follow instructions in Connecting a Virtual Chassis Cable to an EX-series Switch.

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